BOURBON – South Central displayed the difference between its No. 7-ranked softball program and Triton.
The Satellites bombed Triton, 21-0, in five innings in the Class 1-A Triton Softball Sectional Wednesday night at Bill Keyser Field.
Central scored three runs on four hits in the first inning, then had Delanie Gale and Faith Biggs both launch grand slams as part of an 11-run second inning to put the game out of reach.
Lauren Bowmar, Marissa Carr and Skyler Wildfong added homers for the Satellites, which had 11 of its 18 hits go for extra bases. Biggs had a double, triple and homer, Gale added two doubles to go with her slam, and Heidi Smith added a triple among her three hits.
Triton (3-18) had no answers, gathering just three hits in the contest, all singles by Lauren Snyder, Jolie Groves and Abby Viers.
Holly Noveroske allowed one hit in three innings of pitching work, striking out four to get the win. Erin Ogle was touched up for 15 runs on 12 hits in the loss.
South Central (19-5) moves to the championship game Thursday night, facing West Central. The Central Trojans rallied from a 3-2 deficit after three innings to blow past Culver, 16-7. West Central (8-16) scored four runs in the fourth and five in the fifth to build its lead the Cavaliers (5-20) couldn’t match.
Championship game in Bourbon is set for 6 p.m.